Pembroke Pines police and tow truck operators work to get a 2004 Toyota Highlander out of a canal after Sandy Rose and Joan Rose were pulled from the submerged vehicle. The SUV crashed into the canal near the Southwest Regional Library.
Pembroke Pines police and tow truck operators work to get a 2004 Toyota Highlander out of a canal after Sandy Rose and Joan Rose were pulled from the submerged vehicle. The SUV crashed into the canal near the Southwest Regional Library. Taimy Alvarez Sun Sentinel
Pembroke Pines police and tow truck operators work to get a 2004 Toyota Highlander out of a canal after Sandy Rose and Joan Rose were pulled from the submerged vehicle. The SUV crashed into the canal near the Southwest Regional Library. Taimy Alvarez Sun Sentinel

Their car plunged into a canal, ending in a tragedy for husband and wife

January 17, 2017 01:21 PM

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